Co-op - New York City, NY
As one of the first residential conversions in the Flatiron District (in the early 70's), this co-op building retains the understated low profile that early loft-dwellers were seeking. 40 years later, that philosophy lives on, resulting in a well-run building with an unassuming curb-appeal. The building uses the state-of-the-art video intercom to enter the perpetually clean but decidedly unglamorous lobby, leading you to its keyed-elevator cab that whisks you directly to your floor. Once the door opens, you realize this home is what you always envisioned a loft should be like: an oversized open living space, with large windows, great ceiling heights, three exposures (N,E,S), and strong hints of an industrial past, what is not to love about that? However, the industrial past shows only through dcor details, as this home boasts thoroughly modern conveniences and technologies. This ninth floor offers a unique vantage point of the architectural details that make the Flatiron/Chelsea area so interesting. The buildings across the street have beautifully detailed facades with stained copper cornices, elaborately decorated parapet walls, and masterfully laid brickwork. Additionally, the South-view skyline is filled with "Gotham city's" finest water towers. The generous living/dining room space can hold large parties but feels intimate enough when watching TV. Once you start wandering around, you find many practical layout choices that make this home extremely livable and scalable. The large, modern kitchen and attached breakfast nook, have several large windows facing East and South, ensuring that the space will always be bright, especially during your morning cup of java. The master suite is a haven of relaxation with plenty of room to unwind. It has a large swath of south facing windows, and with no structure to block the light, you can easily see the new WTC. The suite also has a dressing room and a five fixture master bath, complete with a full size bathtub, a separate
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